Natural landscapes: autumn’s red world

FALL MAPLE LEAVES,
TORONTO, ONTARIO

I was in Canada’s largest city a little too early to enjoy peak autumn colours, but I still found a few highlights like this maple tree near my parents’ condo apartment.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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One thought on “Natural landscapes: autumn’s red world

  1. Beautiful celebration of the changing maple leaves, Frank. I like how the lowest leaf reflects both the presence as well as absence of chlorophyll. Happy autumn to you.

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